Introduction

Please follow these steps to replace the LCD Screen. Your LCD screen may require replacement if it no longer displays an image or has been cracked or damaged.

Image 1/3: Remove your finger and allow the flap to pop open. Image 2/3: Remove your finger and allow the flap to pop open. Image 3/3: Remove your finger and allow the flap to pop open.
  • Open the battery flap on the bottom of the camera by applying pressure and pushing in the direction of the arrow.

  • Remove your finger and allow the flap to pop open.

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Image 1/3: Grip and remove the battery. Image 2/3: Grip and remove the battery. Image 3/3: Grip and remove the battery.
  • Push the brown lever so that it pivots counterclockwise.

  • Grip and remove the battery.

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  • Remove the ring around the lens by simultaneously pressing the black button located at the bottom right of the ring and rotating the ring counterclockwise.

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  • Remove the four 3.3 mm screws on the bottom of the camera using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

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  • Remove the 3.3 mm screw on the right side of the viewfinder using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

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  • Remove the two 3.3 mm screws near the speaker using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

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Image 1/1: Remove the other 3.3 mm screw below the ports using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.
  • Open the port cover by lifting up the tab with your finger and remove the 3.3 mm screw underneath the cover using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

  • Remove the other 3.3 mm screw below the ports using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

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  • Using your fingers, carefully pull the the back cover off by grabbing the bottom left of the back cover and pulling outwards.

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  • Using your fingers, carefully pry the front cover off starting at the bottom right.

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Image 1/2: Lift away the port cover housing. Image 2/2: Lift away the port cover housing.
  • Remove the 3.8 mm screw at the bottom right of the port cover housing using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

  • Lift away the port cover housing.

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Image 1/1: Make sure to pull the connector straight down as pulling up may cause harm to the connector.
  • Reorient the camera so that you are looking at the back.

  • Make sure to pull the connector straight down as pulling up may cause harm to the connector.

  • Unplug the button circuit board from the motherboard by pulling the connector downwards with the tweezers.

This is not completely correct. In order to pull the connector down without force, the little grey tap on the top of the connectorbox has to be flipped up.

This particular step cost me the connection to the button curcuit board. I would be grateful for an indication of where I can buy a replacement. Thanks.

Martin Salamon - Reply

You saved my connection. Thank you. iFixit... I'm somewhat disappointed these steps haven't been corrected.

It's worth noting that I had no luck with tweezers when attempting to remove the ribbon cable. The correct procedure would be to carefully lift the plastic clip with an iFixit spudger and then continue to step 12. The ribbon cable will pull out gently without any other coercion.

Phil Howard - Reply

Image 1/1: Remove the 2.8 mm screw on the bottom of the button memory board using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.
  • Remove the 3.0 mm screw on the top of the button memory board using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

  • Remove the 2.8 mm screw on the bottom of the button memory board using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

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  • Lift the button circuit board away from the camera.

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Image 1/3: Unlock the ZIF connector for the large connector ribbon by lifting up on the brown flap with the plastic opening tool. Image 2/3: Gently pull the connector straight out of the housing with your fingers. Image 3/3: Gently pull the connector straight out of the housing with your fingers.
  • Do not pull the connector upwards as doing so may harm the connector housing.

  • Unlock the ZIF connector for the large connector ribbon by lifting up on the brown flap with the plastic opening tool.

  • Gently pull the connector straight out of the housing with your fingers.

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  • Unplug the small connector ribbon by pulling the cable outwards from the camera using a spudger or your fingers.

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Image 1/1: Gently lift the LCD away from the camera housing.
  • Be careful of the copper plate that may fall out once you lift the LCD screen away.

  • Gently lift the LCD away from the camera housing.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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2 Comments

1) Step 11 needs to be updated

2) Add Tweezers to the "tools needed" part at the beginning

Otherwise nice instruction

Martin Salamon - Reply

Nice set of instructions, although I had a real problem at step 11, and I recommend it be updated.

The instructions for step 14 should be copied-and-pasted into step 11.

Looking at the instructions for step 11, it was not at all clear that the brown lock-flap needed to be lifted first, and that the connector would then come out quite easily. Applying tweezers to the connector without first knowing about the brown lock-flap could easily lead to damaging the ribbon cable, as almost happened in my case.

So, for anyone reading this (in case the instruction set is not updated by the author), use the instructions for step 14 when you are at step 11. The connector will come out easily after the brown lock-flap is lifted, and the "connector" is NOT the grey plastic part that you see; it is in fact simply the end of the ribbon cable.

Thank You to the author. This instruction set saved me a bunch of money.

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